INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS – FAQs – Kalinga University

INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS – FAQs – Kalinga University

Dear Parents, Students and Visitors to our website,
The international students/candidates/parents are also encouraged to kindly go through the General FAQ’s for more clarity and understanding. We hope these FAQ’s will give you clarifications on queries you might have and facilitate to understand more about Kalinga University.

About the University

1. Does Kalinga University have International Students? If yes, which counties do they belong to?

Yes Kalinga University has International Students from 17+ countries. These are:

Afghanistan Nepal
Angola Nigeria
Bangladesh South Korea
Cameroon South Sudan
Gambia Tanzania
Ivory Coast Uganda
Kenya Zambia
Lesotho Zimbabwe
Liberia Malawi
2. What is the environment for Foreign Students in India?

India has been a major seat of learning for thousands of years. The country was home to both Takshashila - the first university in the world, and to the inventor of the digit 0 - Āryabhaṭa

India as a country has educational institutions which are well known worldwide to provide quality education. Indian institutions provide the following which competes with the best in the world.

  • Learning Environment
  • Infrastructure
  • Academics
  • Faculty
  • Opportunities for Internship
  • Low Cost

Today, India is known as a communication hub, and has become popular with study abroad students from all over the world. It is highly attractive due to its forward thinking, its popularity with large multinational companies, and also due to English being the common language of communication.

India in short facts & figures:

  • Capital: New Delhi
  • Official language: Hindi and English
  • Government: Federal parliamentary republic
  • Area: 1,269,346 square miles/ 3,287,263 square kilometres
  • Population: 1.29 billion
  • Currency: Indian Rupee (INR)
  • Calling code: +91
Indian Higher Education

Higher education in India starts after passing the higher secondary education or the 12th standard/A Level. Depending on what you study, attaining your degree in India can take three to five years. Postgraduate courses are generally two to three years long. After completing a postgraduate degree, there is the option of continuing on with doctoral studies and research at various educational institutes.

Why India?

India has undergone a paradigm shift owing to its competitive stand in the world. The Indian economy is on a robust growth trajectory and boasts of a stable 8 plus annual growth rate, rising foreign exchange reserves and booming capital markets among others.

India has emerged as a premier global manufacturing hub with the foray of a number of Multi National corporations such as Toyota, Ford, Suzuki, Hyundai, Coco Cola, etc.

The current scenario portrays significant improvement in the performance of beverages and tobacco, cotton textiles, textile products, basic metal and alloy industries, non metallic mineral products, transport equipment and other manufacturing industries.

Global players such as Daimler Chrysler, Ford, LG Electronics, Samsung, Sony, Amway, Tupperware, PepsiCo, McDonald's, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, Aviva, Nortel, Nokia among others have benefited from their operations in India and have made expansion plans for the country. The companies plan to expand by way of product diversification, setting up a manufacturing base in India, increasing the existing production capacity, establishing research centres in India, etc.

Education in India has many benefits. Some of them are:
  • Low Cost: The cost of education in India is quite low as compared to many other countries of the world.
  • Quality Education: Indian educational institutions such as the IITs, IISc, IIMs, NITs, AIIMS, ISI, BITS and ISB are well known worldwide to provide quality education.
  • Unique Courses: Apart from above mentioned advantages, one can also study some unique courses that were discovered and developed by the traditional knowledge system of India. Ayurveda, Sankrit, Yoga and Hindi are some such courses that enthuse many international students.
  • Area: 1,269,346 square miles/ 3,287 Financial Assistance: Various scholarships, education loans and other financial aids are available for studying in India today.
3. How to travel from Delhi to Raipur (Kalinga University)?

The distance from New Delhi to Raipur is approximately 1218 kms and the distance from Mumbai to Raipur is approximately 1219 kms. One can take any of the 2 suggested routes to reach Raipur from New Delhi/Mumbai.

Reach Raipur by flight: You can travel from New Delhi/Mumbai to Raipur by booking a flight. The total flight time (Non Stop) between New Delhi/Mumbai to Raipur is around 1 h 45 m.

Delhi to Raipur Flights
Flight Details Departure New Delhi Duration Arrival Raipur
IndiGo 6E-656 | 6E-811 5:25 03hrs 35mins 1 stop, via Indore 9:00
Vistara UK-793 6:40 01hr 40mins Non stop 8:20
Vistara UK-797 18:00 01hr 45mins Non stop 19:45
Air India AI-469 5:15 01hr 50mins Non stop 7:05
IndiGo 6E-2757 6:45 01hr 50mins Non stop 8:35
IndiGo 6E-2393 8:25 01hr 50mins Non stop 10:15
IndiGo 6E-2064 13:50 01hr 50mins Non stop 15:40
IndiGo 6E-5038 | 6E-252 9:10 07hrs 25mins 1 stop, via Indore 16:35
IndiGo 6E-2912 17:25 01hr 50mins Non stop 19:15
Air India AI-349 | AI-651 4:00 07hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50
Air India AI-191 | AI-651 21:00 14hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY/td>
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Air India AI-624 | AI-651 19:00 16hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-24 | AI-651 18:00 17hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-441 | AI-651 17:50 18hrs 2 stops, via Aurangabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-102 | AI-651 17:00 18hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-665 | AI-651 8:00 27hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-863 | AI-651 23:00 12hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-805 | AI-651 20:00 15hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 15hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai
Air India AI-315 | AI-651 13:00 22hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-865 | AI-651 10:00 25hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-678 | AI-651 9:00 26hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-637 | AI-636 | AI-651 13:50 22hrs 2 stops, via Indore, Mumbai 15hrs 50mins 1 stop, via Mumbai
Air India AI-10 | AI-30 | AI-651 16:40 19hrs 10mins 2 stops, via Ahmadabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-19 | AI-30 | AI-651 5:00 30hrs 50mins 2 stops, via Ahmadabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-10 | AI-614 | AI-651 16:40 19hrs 10mins 2 stops, via Ahmadabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-435 | AI-9683 12:40 04hrs 20mins 1 stop, via Bhopal 17:00
Air India AI-437 | AI-9683 20:00 21hrs 1 stop, via Bhopal 17:00+1 DAY
Air India AI-13 | AI-30 | AI-651 19:45 16hrs 05mins 2 stops, via Ahmadabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-13 | AI-614 | AI-651 19:45 16hrs 05mins 2 stops, via Ahmadabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-104 | AI-618 | AI-651 13:15 22hrs 35mins 2 stops, via Hyderabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-9843 | AI-612 | AI-651 5:55 29hrs 55mins 2 stops, via Jaipur, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-126 | AI-620 | AI-651 17:15 18hrs 35mins 2 stops, via Hyderabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-104 | AI-620 | AI-651 13:15 22hrs 35mins 2 stops, via Hyderabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-104 | AI-51 | AI-651 13:15 22hrs 35mins 2 stops, via Hyderabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-839 | AI-620 | AI-651 21:10 14hrs 40mins 2 stops, via Hyderabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-491 | AI-612 | AI-651 12:00 23hrs 50mins 2 stops, via Jaipur, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-542 | AI-620 | AI-651 9:45 26hrs 05mins 2 stops, via Hyderabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-491 | AI-612 | AI-651 12:00 23hrs 50mins 2 stops, via Jaipur, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-542 | AI-620 | AI-651 9:45 26hrs 05mins 2 stops, via Hyderabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-542 | AI-51 | AI-651 9:45 26hrs 05mins 2 stops, via Hyderabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-19 | AI-985 | AI-651 5:00 30hrs 50mins 2 stops, via Ahmadabad, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-636 | AI-651 15:05 20hrs 45mins 2 stops, via Indore, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-9843 | AI-9683 5:55 11hrs 05mins 2 stops, via Jaipur, Bhopal 17:00
Air India AI-9643 | AI-9683 18:45 22hrs 15mins 2 stops, via Jaipur, Bhopal 17:00+1 DAY
Air India AI-401 | AI-773 | AI-651 6:50 29hrs 2 stops, via Kolkata, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-75 | AI-670 | AI-651 11:05 24hrs 45mins 2 stops, via Bhubaneswar, Mumbai 11:50+1 DAY
Air India AI-77 | AI-670 | AI-651 7:10 8hrs 40mins 2 stops, via Bhubaneswar, Mumbai 2 11:50+1 DAY
Mumbai to Raipur Flights
Flight Details Departure Mumbai Duration Arrival Raipur
IndiGo 6E-324 14:25 01 hr 45 mins Non stop 16:10
IndiGo 6E-801 9:25 01 hr 50 mins Non stop 11:15
Air India AI-651 9:40 02 hrs 10 mins Non stop 11:50
IndiGo 6E-272 | 6E-938 2:30 06 hrs 40 mins 1 stop via Hyderabad 9:10
IndiGo 6E-461 | 6E-334 6:15 05 hrs 30 mins 1 stop via Hyderabad 11:45
IndiGo 6E-821 | 6E-466 12:15 06 hrs 45 mins 1 stop via Hyderabad 19:00
Air India AI-629 | AI-469 19:00 14 hrs 05 mins 1 stop via Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
IndiGo 6E-154 | 6E-2757 1:50 06 hrs 45 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 8:35
Air India AI-631 | AI-9683 19:25 21 hrs 35 mins 1 stop via Bhopal 21 hrs 35 mins 1 stop via Bhopal
Air India AI-101 | AI-469 21:00 12 hrs 05 mins 2 stop via New, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-660 | AI-469 18:00 15 hrs 05 min 2 stop via New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-687 | AI-469 16:00 17 hrs 05 mins 2 stop via New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
IndiGo 6E-496 | 6E-252 10:30 06 hrs 05 mins 1 stop via Indore 16:35
Vistara UK-924 | UK-793 3:05 06 hrs 35 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 9:40
Vistara UK-924 | UK-797 3:05 16 hrs 40 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 19:45
Vistara UK-988 | UK-793 20:55 12 hrs 45 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 09:40+1 DAY
Air India AI-310 | AI-469 20:00 13 hrs 05 mins 2 stop via New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
IndiGo 6E-168 | 6E-2912 12:55 06 hrs 20 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 19:15
IndiGo 6E-5329 | 6E-828 12:40 07 hrs 10 mins 1 stop via Bengaluru 19:50
Vistara UK-928 | UK-797 6:30 13 hrs 15 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 19:45
Vistara UK-954 | UK-797 5:30 14 hrs 15 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 19:45
Vistara UK-944 | UK-797 14:40 05 hrs 05 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 19:45
Vistara UK-960 | UK-797 11:55 07 hrs 50 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 19:45
Vistara UK-994 | UK-797 10:25 09 hrs 20 mins 1 stop via New Delhi 19:45Vistara UK-970 | UK-797
Vistara UK-970 | UK-797 8:45 11 hrs 1 stop via New Delhi 19:45
Air India AI-631 | AI-438 | AI-469 19:25 13 hrs 40 mins 3 stop Bhopal, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-633 | AI-438 | AI-469 5:45 27 hrs 20 mins 3 stop Bhopal New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
IndiGo 6E-6834 | 6E-6059:40 9:40 05 hrs 10 mins 1 stop Chennai 14:50
IndiGo 6E-382 | 6E-6467 8:55 06 hrs 15 mins 1 stop Hyderabad 06 hrs 15 mins 1 stop Hyderabad
Vistara UK-875 | UK-860 | UK-797 19:20 24 hrs 25 mins 2 stop via Hyderabad, New Delhi 19:45+1 DAY
Vistara UK-873 | UK-860 | UK-797 6:10 37 hrs 35 mins 2 stop via Hyderabad, New Delhi 19:45+1 DAY
Air India AI-660 | AI-641 | AI-469 18:00 15 hrs 05 mins 2 stop New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Vistara UK-873 | UK-830 | UK-793 6:10 27 hrs 30 mins 2 stop via Hyderabad, New Delhi 09:40+1 DAY
Vistara UK-651 | UK-668 | UK-797 16:05 27 hrs 40 mins 2 stop via Chandigarh, New Delhi 19:45+1 DAY
Vistara UK-873 | UK-830 | UK-797 6:10 13 hrs 35 mins 2 stop via Hyderabad, New Delhi 19:45
Air India AI-310 | AI-641 | AI-469 20:00 13 hrs 05 mins 2 stop via New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-888 | AI-641 | AI-469 19:00 14 hrs 05 mins 2 stop via New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-144 | AI-641 | AI-469 17:00 16 hrs 05 mins 2 stop via New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Vistara UK-651 | UK-707 | UK-797 16:05 27 hrs 40 mins 2 stop via Chandigarh, New Delhi 19:45+1 DAY
Air India AI-621 | AI-9832 | AI-469 5:55 27 hrs 10 mins 3 stop via Chandigarh, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-607 | AI-173 | AI-469 16:40 16 hrs 25 mins 3 stop via Bengaluru, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-639 | AI-501 | AI-469 9:15 23 hrs 50 mins 3 stop Bengaluru, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-639 | AI-503 | AI-469 9:15 23 hrs 50 mins 3 stop via Bengaluru, New Delhi 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-639 | AI-173 | AI-469 9:15 23 hrs 50 mins 3 stop via Bengaluru, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-603 | AI-501 | AI-469 6:15 26 hrs 50 mins 3 stop Bengaluru, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-603 | AI-505 | AI-469 6:15 26 hrs 50 mins 3 stop via Bengaluru, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-603 | AI-503 | AI-469 6:15 26 hrs 50 mins 3 stop via Bengaluru, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Air India AI-603 | AI-173 | AI-469 6:15 26 hrs 50 mins 2 stop s Bengaluru, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Vistara UK-651 | UK-638 | UK-793 16:05 17 hrs 35 mins 2 stop via Chandigarh, New Delhi 09:40+1 DAY
Vistara UK-873 | UK-890 | UK-793 6:10 27 hrs 30 mins 2 stop s Hyderabad, New Delhi 09:40+1 DAY
Air India AI-611 | AI-9644 | AI-469 11:10 21 hrs 55 mins 3 stop Jaipur, New Delhi, Nagpur 09:05+1 DAY
Vistara UK-651 | UK-638 | UK-797 16:05 27 hrs 40 mins 2 stop via Chandigarh New Delhi 19:45+1 DAY
Vistara UK-875 | UK-830 | UK-797 19:20 24 hrs 25 mins 2 stop via Hyderabad, New Delhi 19:45+1 DAY
Vistara UK-927 | UK-868 | UK-793 12:45 20 hrs 55 mins 2 stop via Goa, New Delhi 09:40+1 DAY
Vistara UK-841 | UK-868 | UK-793 11:25 22 hrs 15 mins 2 stop via Goa, New Delhi 09:40+1 DAY
Vistara UK-841 | UK-848 | UK-793 11:25 22 hrs 15 mins 2 stop via Goa, New Delhi 09:40+1 DAY
Vistara UK-927 | UK-868 | UK-797 12:45 31 hrs 2 stop via Goa, New Delhi 19:45+1 DAY
Vistara UK-841 | UK-868 | UK-797 11:25 32 hrs 20 mins 2 stop via Goa, New Delhi 19:45+1 DAY
Vistara UK-841 | UK-848 | UK-797 11:25 08 hrs 20 mins 2 stop via Goa, New Delhi 19:45

2. Reach New Delhi to Raipur by train: You can reach Raipur from New Delhi by travelling in a train. New Delhi to Raipur train takes approximately 20 h 40 m. You can catch a train from New Delhi and get down at Raipur.

Delhi to Raipur Trains
Train Name & No Departure Duration Arrival
JAT DURG Superfast Express 12550 DSJ - 15:10 DELHI SAFDARJUNG RAILWAY STATION 22h 0m R - 13:10 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
Gondwana Express 12410 NZM - 15:20 HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN RAILWAY STATION 22h 45m R - 14:05 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
DURG Humsafar 22868 NZM - 08:25 HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN RAILWAY STATION 21h 0m R - 05:25 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
Chhattisgarh Express 18238 NZM - 04:30 HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN RAILWAY STATION 1d 5h 15m R - 09:45 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
JAT DURG Express 18216 NDLS - 19:05 NEW DELHI RAILWAY STATION 23h 5m R - 18:10 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
Bilaspur Rajdhani 12442 NDLS - 15:45 NEW DELHI RAILWAY STATION 18h 20m R - 10:05 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
Chtsgrh S Krnti 12824 NZM - 17:25 HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN RAILWAY STATION 20h 30m R - 13:55 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
Samta Express 12808 NZM - 08:35 HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN RAILWAY STATION 22h 25m R - 07:00 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
Hazrat Nizamuddin DURG Specialfare Ac Superfast Special 04408 NZM - 15:55 HAZRAT NIZAMUDDIN RAILWAY STATION 19h 55m R - 11:50 RAIPUR RAILWAY STATION
Disclaimer: Information provided here is based on data/information available on various public domains. It is the student’s responsibility to reconfirm the information and thus it is advised to visit appropriate website/offices for the most updated information and towards any complications and hassles.

To reach Kalinga University one can use the local transportation available on reaching Raipur Airport or Raipur Railway Station.

4. Does the University have an International Students Coordination Department (ISCD)?

Yes, Kalinga University has a separate cell for International students to provide them academic and personal support.

Kalinga University is proud of its culture and traditions and is a home to more than 600 students from various countries, making it a truly International University.

Kalinga University has a separate cell for International students to provide them academic and personal support. The cell creates a bridge between the students and the administration /management. The Cell provides necessary guidelines related to the university to the students.

Functions of the International Student Cell:

The cell assists and guides the students on matters related to:

  • Admission formalities
  • Hostel allocation
  • Issuing of offer letters for provisional admission (By International Counsellor)
  • Issuing of Bonafide Certificates
  • Guidance to register with Foreign Regional Registration Office (FRRO)
  • Extension of VISA
  • Addressing any other academic or administrative problem of students
  • Redressal of student grievances
  • Issuing of all official letters and documents related to International students.

For more information Click Here.

5. Are there any Pre Arrival / Post Arrival Guidelines for International Students?

Yes, Students are advised to go through the pre arrival and post arrival guidelines which help them to understand about the areas where they need to take care and pay attention to before leaving their home country, after their arrival into the country and upon joining the University Campus.

Pre Arrival Guidelines:

Students are advised to ensure the following points before leaving their home country:

  • An Offer letter/Admission letter will be issued to the International student [which provides vital information about the student such as Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Passport and Visa Number, Name of the program] which is required to be submitted at the nearest Indian Embassy or High Commission of India to get the visa.
  • Students must book their Air tickets to Raipur after taking a valid Student Visa from the nearest Indian Embassy/High Commission. Kalinga University is just 15 minutes’ drive from Raipur Airport.
  • Students have to make sure that they have taken all the required vaccinations like Yellow Fever, Typhoid Vaccine, Hepatitis Vaccine, etc. to avoid medical complications while they stay in India.
  • Students have to inform the Kalinga University’s International counsellor for the Airport pickup at least one week prior to arrival and also need to provide their complete flight details (tickets can be shared).
  • Students have to bring the Admission Letter issued by the University along with all the Certificates/Degrees, Transcripts (in original) and 20 passport size photographs.
  • Students need to carry money in the form of US dollar (as permitted by Indian Laws) which can be easily exchanged at the university as well as at a number of foreign exchange offices and banks (by producing passport) or can also use International Debit / Credit Cards.
  • Students have to note that the temperature here ranges between 30 to 45 degree Celsius during summers and 10 to 25 degree Celsius during winters. Here the winter season starts around November so warm clothes (blankets, quilts, woollens, etc.) can be carried accordingly.
  • Whilst everything is available in India, however students must try to get all that they would require during the initial few days. All the essentials can be availed from the University tuck shops as well as markets available around a range of 5 km from the University Campus.
  • The electric standard in India works on 240 V. So, ensure that you have an adapter for your mobile or laptop adjustable to that in case the ones with you operate on a different voltage in your country. Also the electric round sockets are 2 or 3 pin so ensure that you carry a converter in case required.

For information on Pre Arrival Guidelines Click Here.

Post Arrival Guidelines:

Students need to take care of the following points after their arrival in the country and upon Joining the University Campus:

  • University will arrange Airport Pickup for Students upon reaching the Raipur Airport. It is applicable for students who have shared their flight details with International Students Coordination Department (ISCD).
  • Free accommodation at University guest house will be given for maximum 3 days from the arrival date till the student completes his/her procedure of admission.
  • Student will report to International Counsellor (IC) along with all the required documents and can interact with them for further process. The International Counsellor (IC) will assist the Student in the following activities:
1. DOCUMENT VERIFICATION:

The documents provided by the students will be checked and verified by our IC staff. Students will fill the Admission form and submit the required documents after reading them carefully to get registered in the respective programmes.

2. CAMPUS TOUR:

A Campus tour would be provided to the student by our IC staff who will also introduce him/her to the concerned higher authorities.

3. INDUCTION:

An Induction session would be provided to the student to make him/her familiar with the University.

4. HOSTEL ALLOCATION:

Hostel allocation and introduction of student to the concerned hostel wardens would be taken care by ISCD staff

5. INTRODUCTION WITH CONCERNS

IC staff will introduce the student to the International Students Coordinator (ISC) for further assistance.

The International Students Coordination Department (ISCD) will assist the student in the following activities:
6. CITY TOURS:

Students are sent for city tours.

7. INTRODUCTION WITH CONCERNS

The ISCD will arrange an introduction of the student with the concerned faculties and also explain the academic culture.

8. STUDENT REGISTRATION

The ISCD will arrange an introduction of the student with the conceISC will guide and assist the student with student registration process. It is mandatory for all the International students except those from Nepal and Bhutan to get their Student registered at nearest FRRO/FRO within 14 days of arrival in India.

9. FRRO DOCUMENTATION:

It is the prime responsibility of the student to visit ISC department on time to complete the required FRRO documentation, so that no fine is levied against him/her.

10. VISA EXTENSION

ISCD will guide and assist student for Visa extension.

11. GRIEVANCE HANDLING

ISCD will provide assistance in grievance handling like change of course, transfer of TC/RP/RC, change of institute, etc.

12. OTHER:

ISC will help in solving any problems encountered and will provide overall guidance to make students and faculty comfortable during students stay in India.

For information on Post Arrival Guidelines Click Here.

6. What is Bonafide Certificate and why it may be required?

Bonafide Certificate is a certificate of proof that he/she is a student of a particular class and course in the institution during a specified time period. Any person would require a bonafide certificate in number of cases like applying for education loan, applying for visa, opening bank account, etc.

Bonafide certificates are essential for following purposes.

For students:

  • To apply educational loans
  • To visit an industry for project
  • To attend a seminar/conferences/workshops in other colleges.
  • For availing travel concessions to students
  • Passport application
  • To joining public library
  • Visa extension to students
  • To open bank account
Content of Bonafide Certificate

Bonafide certificate usually includes the name of the education Institute, basic information of students, passport number, visa expiry date, permanent address, father name, course details with sessions, local address, enrolment number and the class in which the student is currently studying.

In order to acquire the certificate, one has to apply to the head of the institute/organization in writing.

7. Are there Guidelines for Visa and FRO/FRRO?

Yes, a detailed document is prepared to help and guide students to get Visa and also to complete FRO/FRRO formalities.

GUIDELINES FOR VISA
  • Students should immediately apply for Student Visa at nearest Indian Embassy / High Commission once Admission Letter / Visa Letter has been issued by the University.
  • Students have to ensure that their Student Visa is endorsed to Kalinga University.
  • To attend a seminar/conferences/workshops in other colleges.
  • Students have to make sure that they have applied for Visa well in advance and time. It generally takes 3-8 weeks to get the Indian Visa thus it is advisable to apply for the visa accordingly and consult the Indian High Commission/Embassy, if required.
  • Students have to make sure that if they have entered India on the basis of Student Visa endorsed to Kalinga University, then it is their responsibility to ensure that they directly join and report to the University. The Visa endorsed on the name of the University or obtained on the basis of University documents cannot be used for any other purpose like employment, admission to any other University/College/Institute/Academy etc. or for non-regular (distance/online) mode of education.
  • After reaching the University Campus, students have to get the visa verified by the University and have to deposit a copy of the valid visa at ISCD. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that throughout his/her study period student is on valid visa.
  • Visa extension to students
  • To open bank account
GUIDELINES FOR VISA EXTENSION AND FRO/FRRO
  • It is mandatory for all International students except those from Nepal and Bhutan to get their Student Visa registered at nearest FRRO/FRO within 14 days of arrival in India.
  • ISC Department of Kalinga University will guide and assist Student with all the required processes needed for FRO/FRRO Registration.
  • All International students except those from Nepal and Bhutan have to fill online application for Registration Certificate (RC) & Residential Permit (RP) on arrival to India.
  • • In some cases students do not get visa for full course duration, or are not able to complete the programme in required time duration then the student must apply for the extension of the visa before it expires.
  • VISA extension formalities can be done only when the student is available in the University.
  • Government charges may apply for VISA extension which differs from country to country
  • Students travelling outside India must carry NOC approval from local FRRO or valid exit permit before travelling.
  • Students travelling within India have to carry original documents like Passport, RP, etc and the reason for travel has to be informed to the local FRRO.
Documents required for extension of VISA:
  • Coloured copy of passport & visa
  • 2 passport size photograph
  • Letter from student for request of visa extension
  • Letter from the University for request of visa extension
  • Form B
  • Copy of RP
  • Bonafide certificate from the University
  • Financial record
  • Undertaking from the University

For information on Visa and FRO/FRRO guidelines Click Here.

8. What is the meaning of “O Level” / “A Level”?

Association of Indian Universities (AIU) is the nodal agency in India that gives equivalence to foreign qualifications

Equivalence certificate from AIU confirms that your (foreign) O Level subjects including English Language as equivalent to Class 10 of an Indian exam board.

Equivalence certificate from AIU confirms that your (foreign) A Level qualification is equivalent to Class 12 (10+2 qualification) of an Indian exam board.

9. What are the leave policies for International Students?

The following are leave guidelines for International Students.

Before availing any leave International Students have to take care of the following points:

  • The students need to submit an application at the International Students Coordination Department (ISCD) department before booking the travel ticket and have to mention proposed duration of the visit with proper reason.
  • Student should inform the ISC department in written at least before 15 days from the date of travel date.
  • Clearance from the Accounts Department is mandatory.
  • Approval from the University Management is mandatory. Further, the ISCD will take an approval from the parents/guardians of the student before giving approval on leave to the student.
  • Approval for NOC from local FRRO is mandatory before travel.
BELOW ARE THE DETAILS TO BE SUBMITTED:

1. Leave Application

2. Proposed duration of stay

3. Proposed date of travel & return

4. NOC from FRRO

Note:

1. Students have to carry original Residential Permit with NOC seal from FRRO while travelling. In case the documents are found missing, student may be caught by the police and University will not be responsible for any action taken.

2. Any extension in the approved leave duration will be charged with a penalty as per the University rules.

For information on leave policies Click Here.

10. Does the University help in providing SIM card for mobile phones?

There are guidelines for SIM Card and mobile phones.

SIM Card Policies
  • All the International students are provided with a University approved prepaid service SIM Card on chargeable basis when they reach campus.
  • Student should have 4G compatible device to operate the SIM card.
  • Prepaid Service SIM card has to be returned back after completion of the course.

For information on SIM card policies Click Here.

11. To Whom I have to report regarding problems in Hostel?

Regarding hostel allocations and redressal of student grievances you have to report to the International Students Coordination Department (ISCD). .

12. How hostel rooms are allotted?

Hostel rooms are allotted on first-cum-first basis and availability of room, subject to payment of hostel fee.

13.Are single room allotted to students?

No, single rooms are not allotted to students. All rooms are on 4 persons sharing basis.

14. Is Outside Accommodation allowed for International Students?

No, outside accommodation is not allowed for International Students.

15. Is the Payment of Course Fee on Annual or Semester wise basis?

The Payment of Course Fee is on Annual basis

16. Where can I deposit fee after coming to University?

Fee can be deposited in Accounts Department at the University Campus. You can also pay through International Debit/Credit card. The student can also pay the fee from his/her country before reporting to the campus.

17. How do I open a bank account in Indian Bank?

You can approach the International Student Cell (ISC) for the same.

Bank Accounts/Money Safety
  • Students have to note that only few banks are authorized to open international bank accounts. To know more about it they can contact ISC Department.
  • Students can collect the account opening form from the ISC department and have to submit it personally at the bank.
  • Documents required for opening international bank account :
  • 1. Copy of Passport & VISA 2. Copy of valid RP (If applicable) 3. 02 passport size photographs. 4. University approved bonafide letter. 5. Address Proof (Permanent Address) 6. Form-60 (Provided by the bank)
  • International students who have not received their Residential Permit cannot open a bank account. Until then students can deposit any large amount of cash in the University locker.

For details/information on Bank Accounts/Money safety Click Here.


18. Where is the nearest ATM?

Within the Kalinga University campus there are 2 fully operational 24 hours ATM's from ICICI Bank and OBC Bank. Students and faculty members can use these ATM's to access their bank accounts for cash withdrawals.

19. What are the places to shop or visit in Raipur?

Kalinga University itself hosts a Mini Market consisting of ATM, Stationery Shop, Photocopy Shop, Personal Care - Barber Shop & Beauty Salon, Snacks Shop, etc.

Further Raipur has good shopping malls namely Magneto Mall, Ambuja City Centre Mall, Chhattisgarh City Centre Mall, Colors Mall, City Mall 36 to name a few.

The city is well equipped with multiplexes like PVR Cinemas (Magneto Mall), INOX Cinemas (City Mall 36/Ambuja City Centre) Cinemax Cinemas (City Centre), Carnival Cinemas (Colors Mall) and more.

Raipur has a good amount of hotels and restaurants, from high end to budget ones, catering to everyone’s need as per their budget.

The city has parks, nature & wildlife with the purpose of conservation, recreation and protection. A few of them are Ghatarani Waterfalls, Naya Raipur Central Park, Vivekanand Sarovar, Urja Park, Gandhi Udyan Park, Nandan Van Zoo & Safari, Nandan Van Nature Centre, Udanti Sanctuary and Maharajabandh Lake.


20. What are the facilities being provided in the campus in form of services for the students?

There are many, including canteen catering to specific food needs for the students, indoor & outdoor games, separate common rooms for Girls and Boys, Wi-Fi, Web & Mobile enabled academic information, fully equipped Library, University Transport, separate hostels for Girls & Boys, Moot Court, Health Clinic, Food Mess for hostel students, TV Room, Tuck Shop, Recreation Room, Modern Gymnasium, Prayer/Meditation Room, Mini Market consisting of ATM, Stationery Shop, Photocopy Shop, Personal Care - Barber Shop & Beauty Salon, Snacks Shop, etc, drinking water dispensers across the University and a truly green integrated campus.

For brief on Accommodation Click Here.

For brief on Mess Click Here.

For brief on Cafeteria Click Here.

For brief on Medical Facilities Centre Click Here.

For brief on Gym Facility Centre Click Here.

For brief on Sports Click Here.

For brief on Banking ATM Click Here.

For brief on Green Campus Click Here.

For brief on Indoor Games Click Here.

For brief on Extra Curricular Click Here.

21. How does the Health Clinic cater to students?

The University provides basic medical care through its Health Clinic for their students catering to first aid and minor ailments. For advanced care and consultation, the University has a tie-up with a 300 bedded hospital and Medical College by the name of Raipur Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS).

22. What is the Food Menu offered to International Students?

Kalinga University dining services is creating a welcoming environment and offering nutritious meals in the dining halls for its international student body, which represents 17 countries.

Day Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Monday 4 Pcs Toasted Bread + Butter 2 Cubes + Tea Steam Rice + Roasted Chicken + Gravy + French Fries Steam Rice + 2 Pcs Roasted Chicken + Gravy
Tuesday 4 Pcs Toasted Brown Bread + Boiled Egg + Tea Steam Rice + Roasted Chicken + Green Beans Steam Rice + Roasted Chicken + Gravy + French Fries
Wednesday 1 Boiled Egg +2 Pcs Bread Jam + Butter + Tea Egg Steam Rice + 2 Leg Pcs Fried Chicken + Gravy Steam Rice + 2 Leg Pcs Roasted Chicken + Gravy
Thursday 2 Pcs Egg Roll + Tea Steam Rice + Roasted Chicken + French Fries Steam Rice + Roasted Chicken + Gravy + Green Beans
Friday 4 Pcs Toasted Brown Bread + Butter 2 Cubes + Tea Steam Rice + Roasted Chicken + Gravy + Green Beans Steam Rice + 2 Pcs Roasted Chicken + Gravy
Saturday 2 Pcs Egg Roll + Tea Soybean Pulao + 2 Pcs Boiled Egg + Salad + Pickle Scrambled Egg with Noodles
Sunday 4 Pcs Toasted Brown Bread + Omelette + Tea Scrambled Egg with Noodles Steam Rice + Roasted Chicken + Green Beans
23. Are the Meals Cost Included in Hostel Fee?

Yes, the Meal Costs are included in the Hostel Fees which are charged on yearly basis.

24. How does Kalinga University cater to safety & security of the students?

The safety and security of students, campus employees and visitors are of utmost importance at Kalinga University campus. The entire Kalinga University campus including hostels, parking, academic areas and administrative block are very well secured through in-house & security agencies with guards. CCTV cameras have been installed at all the places to keep a close vigil in the campus. At the same time Kalinga University community and guests are encouraged to help keep the campus safe by taking the precautions for personal safety and belongings one would take elsewhere.

For brief on Campus Safety & Security Click Here

25. Is there any facility for Faith and Worship for students?

Institute of Distance Education, Kalinga University conducts semester-wise examinations as prescribed by the UGC. The Semester-end Examinations for students will be conducted as per University Ordinance.

  • Kalinga University as a goodwill gesture provides free of cost transport facility for prayers at Mosque (On Friday) and Church (On Sunday) to Muslim and Christian students.
  • Visit to Temple is organized on demand for our Hindu students.
  • During Ramadan, appropriate meal plan is provided to our Muslim students.
  • During Navratra's, Navratra meals meal plan is provided to our Hindu Students.
  • Meditation Room is available for all students (Hostel + Regular) for meditation or to offer prayers.

For brief on Faith and Worship Click Here

26. Apart from academics and other activities at Kalinga University, are there any other efforts regarding Student’s Development by the University?

Yes, apart from academics and other activities Kalinga University has an exclusive tie-up with one of the top-most coaching institution of the country, Career Launcher and has joined hands with NIIT Limited for furthering development of the students for competitive examinations and career counselling free of cost

Career Launcher offers entrance examination coaching and prepares for Government jobs related examinations. We provide extensive training programmes for students that nurture them from the basic level and prepare them systematically to pursue their dreams.

Also, Kalinga University Raipur has joined hands with NIIT Limited to deliver employability training to the students of Kalinga in the area of IT, Soft Skills, Accounting and Finance

Apart from the above said, in certain courses students are given training/coaching in Public Service Commission (PSC), Soft Skill & Personality Development Program (Spoken English, Group Discussions, Public Speaking, Management Games, Mock Interviews & Employability Training), Banking and other competitive exams.

27. What kind of efforts is taken for Student Engagement for International Students?

On every Saturday, Hindi language class is conducted for International Students; this facilitates them to communicate with the locals and others around the area.

Also, every Sunday International Students are shown a movie of their choice in the University premises.

Apart from the above, different engagement activities are planned throughout the year for International Students in the campus. Different clubs are formed so that the students are involved in and interact with all the students in the campus.

28. Is travel to Other States allowed for International students?

Yes, the student must submit a Leave Form and ISCD keeps the FRRO informed about the students travel plan.

29. How to access Local Mode of Transport?

The students can access the University buses running as per the set timings or can access the local city buses or book an Ola & Uber cab (charges to be borne by the students for local city buses/Ola/Uber). if required they can request for transport from the University which is chargeable at the rate of INR 10 per kilometre.

30. What are the VISA Extension Charges?

Charges may vary depending on country and dollar rates.

Documents required for extension of VISA:

  • Coloured copy of passport & visa
  • 2 passport size photograph
  • Letter from student for request of visa extension
  • Letter from the University for request of visa extension
  • Form B
  • Copy of RP
  • Bonafide certificate from the University
  • Financial record
  • Undertaking from the University
Note: The applicable processing fees for the FRRO/Visa extension/immigration processing fees and other related expenses have to be additionally borne by the student
31. Are there Bridge Courses offered at the University for International Students?

A bridge course for newly admitted international students is conducted before the commencement of the first semester classes. The main objective of the course is to bridge the gap between subjects studied at Pre-university level and subjects they would be studying. We also understand that the students applying for the university come from different socio-cultural backgrounds and from different countries, so we have included a few topics which help them understand the local culture and history of India.

In order to make this bridge course interesting for the students we have included workshops related to art and culture & hobby classes too. We have bridge courses of 6 months, 4 months and 2 months (5 days in a week), which will commence from 15th January 2020, 15th March 2020 & 15th May 2020 respectively. This bridge course is designed separately for students enrolling for technical & non-technical courses.

32. Are there any English Language programmes offered at the University for International Students?

Yes, our University provides an English Language programme for the students from those nationalities where English is not their first or second language.

This programme comprises of activities which helps them improve English language skills for academic as well as communication purposes.

English language program is chargeable at INR 3000 per month. Students being a part of both bridge course and language course have to pay hostel and food charges of USD 125 per month, which includes a 4 sharing room + non-veg meal.

33. After completion of undergraduate programme or post graduate programme from the University, will any Public University in India or recognized foreign university accept me for master’s programme or higher education?

Yes, Bachelors & Masters degree from Kalinga University is acceptable in all State, State Private, Deemed and Central Universities in India as well as abroad.

34. How do I get the MHRD Stamping (Attestation) of Indian Degree Certificate? Who helps us in this regard?

Degree Certificate Attestation in India.

Attestation of Degree Certificates is the act of witnessing a Degree certificate by authorised person / persons / Departments / authorities with their official seal and signature. This attestation also confirms that, the specified degree certificate has been issued by that mentioned department and Seal and signature on that particular degree certificate is authentic.

Indian Degree certificate attestation can be done from the issued country of the certificate. For using the degree certificate in India, certificate should be attested from concerned HRD/MEA & corresponding Embassy of the country to which the certificate holder plans to go. We can complete all the process whatever it may be even if the certificate holder is not there in the Issuing country.

Documents required for Educational Certificate Attestation in India:

  • Original Certificate
  • Passport copy
  • Visa Copy
  • 2 Photographs
  • Authorisation letter

The University’s International Students Coordination Department (ISCD) helps you regarding this.

Disclaimer: Information provided here is based on data/information available on various public domains. It is the student’s responsibility to comply with all related or all other formalities as defined by government from time to time. Thus it is advised to visit HRD/MEA and concerned embassy website/offices for the most updated information and towards any complications and hassles.

35. What are the other fees components that are needed to be paid apart from tuition fee?

Other than tuition fee, you have to pay for hostel accommodation, mess charges, uniform charges, transport fee, etc which have been mentioned in the Hostel Fee schedule and Fee Structure (mentioning Other Charges).

Hostel Fee Click Here.

Fee Structure (mentioning Other Charges) Click Here.

36. What is the medium of instruction in the classes?

Medium of Instruction is English.

37. Is there any provision for concession or scholarships?

For scholarships you need to get in touch with International Marketing Department, Contact Numbers: +91 7470783000, +91 7024133432; E-mail: [email protected]

38. Can an NRI/Foreign Nationals student pay the program /tuition fee in Indian rupees?

Yes, program/ tuition fee can be paid either in US Dollars or in equivalent Indian Rupees.

39. What are the eligibility requirements for admission?

The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum percentage in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program is mentioned in the Free Structure. Fee Structure Click Here.

40. What does an international student do regarding Backlog Clearance in final year?

International student can apply for a special exam with charges applicable as per the University norms and appear for this exam during his/her stay in India itself or can apply for visa extension and appear for the exam.

41. When do I apply?

Students can apply anytime from month of September to July. As we have limited seats in each course, so we recommend applying as soon as possible.

42. How to apply and from where do I get the application?

You can apply through Online as well as Offline modes, through our International Students Coordination Department (ISCD) and through our local representative in your country (if our offices available).

To Apply Online: Apply Online

To Download Admission form: Click Here

KALSEE: Click Here

To get in touch with our IC (Contact Numbers) and our local representative in your country Click Here

43. What should I do if I want to change my Program?

You have to write an application indicating your new program to International Student Cell (ISC). They will evaluate your request and if eligible will re-issue a new Admission Letter and do other necessary formalities.

44. After completing all formalities related with Registration what should I do?

You will go to your school for attending classes as guided by ISCD.

45. How do students get their ID cards, library card, transport card, food mess card, ERP login ID details and after how many days do they get their enrolment?

The International Students Coordination Department at the University campus will let you know about these.

46. Is there a Student ERP in place?

Every Student is issued an ERP Login. Kalinga University's Student ERP assists to manage every single detail about students in a holistic & organized way. The Student Academic Information System at Kalinga University is a Student Lifecycle Data Management System of student records, encompassing admission application to graduation. It also covers Curriculum, Notices, Academic Master Data, Communication Tools, Class Time Tables, Exam Date Sheets, University Transport Details, University Related Forms, Academic Calendar, Holiday Calendar and more.

47. How can I check my result, academic details and account details?

All results are available on University website wwwkalingauniversity.ac.in. Click on “Student Login” and enter your login credentials which will be shared with you at the time of registration at the International Students Coordination Department (ISCD).

48. Are books provided to students from the University?

The University has a large library and reading room with capacity of 200 students, consisting of 65,000 books 23 National & 26 International Journals and a student is entitled to 2 books for 15 days against Library deposit. The University is also member of several Online/Digital Libraries including National Digital Library (NDL), Developing Library Network (DELNET) and NPTEL. Students are given free access to these e-resources through their ERP login.

The National Digital library of India (NDLI) is a project under Ministry of Human Resource Development, India. The objective is to collect and collate metadata and provide full text index from several national and international digital libraries, as well as other relevant sources. It is a digital repository containing textbooks, articles, videos, audio books, lectures, simulations, fiction and all other kinds of learning media. The NDLI provides access to many books in English and various Indian languages.

DELNET has been established with the prime objective of promoting resource sharing among the libraries through the development of a network of libraries. It aims to collect, store, and disseminate information besides offering computerised services to users, to coordinate efforts for suitable collection development. DELNET maintains an online union catalogue of books available in its member-libraries. This union catalogue is continuously updated and is growing in size. It has created union lists of current periodicals in science and technology, social sciences and humanities. DELNET maintains a union catalogue of periodicals, which contains full holdings data of the libraries. The database has details of articles which can be searched under the title, author, compiler, name of the periodical and subject. A database of thesis and dissertations submitted to Indian Universities has been started, which covers various subjects. The database has 70 records and contains information about the newspapers including title, name of the editor, published from, E-mail address and also the Web address of the INTERNET edition if available on the WWW, the database of E-books has nearly 1613 records.

The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) was initiated by seven Indian Institutes of Technology. The main goal of NPTEL Phase II was to build on the engineering and core science courses launched previously in NPTEL Phase I. An additional 600 web and video courses were created in all major branches of engineering, physical sciences at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels and management courses at the postgraduate level. Several improvements such as indexing of all video and web courses and keyword search were implemented.

Some Highlights:
  • Largest online repository in the world of courses in engineering, basic sciences and selected humanities and social sciences subjects.
  • Online web portal http://nptel.ac.in – more than 471 million+ views.
  • YouTube channel for NPTEL – most subscribed educational channel, 1.5 million+ channel subscribers, 404 million+ views.
  • More than 56000 hours of video content.
  • Most accessed library of peer-reviewed educational content in the world.
  • 52000+ hours of transcribed content; 51000+ hours of subtitled videos.
49. Can International/Foreign Students work and study in India?

A lot of foreign students who come to study in India also explore work opportunities in the country. While the Indian government does not allow international students to work during study in India, it exempts NRI, OCI and PIOs from this bracket. Here are points on the work opportunities in India for international students:

  • Foreign passport holders are not allowed to work during their study period in India.
  • Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) and Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) are exempt from this rule and can work and study in India.
  • International students are allowed to take up internships and training in India. However, that has to be part of the programme that they are pursuing.
  • In most cases, the internships and training to be taken up by international students in India are unpaid.
  • OCIs and PIOs have to take permission from the university or institute they are enrolled with before taking up any part-time jobs.
  • There is no hourly limit on jobs for OCI and PIO students who want to work and study in India.
  • Internships and training taken up by foreign students have to be relevant to the programme they are studying.
  • India does not have any provision for work permit for international students studying in the country. However, students who want to explore work opportunities after study can be given work permits provided they fulfil the required criteria demanded by the immigration office and have been hired for a paid job by an organisation.

Disclaimer: Information provided here is based on data/information available on various public domains. It is the student’s responsibility to comply with all related or all other formalities as defined by government from time to time. Thus it is advised to visit appropriate website/offices for the most updated information and towards any complications and hassles.

50. What are the Campus Job Placement opportunities for international Students?

Kalinga University provides on campus job opportunities to its International students as well. Students from different countries may get placed in top national & multinational companies.

Students who want to explore work opportunities after study can be given work permits provided they fulfil the required criteria demanded by the immigration office and have been hired for a paid job by an organisation.

51. How can I be a part of the Kalinga University Alumni Program?

Kalinga University is glad to announce their Alumnus initiative. To be a part of Kalinga University Alumni Program, please contact the International Students Coordination Department.

Apart from the FAQs stated above (and the General FAQs), if you may have more queries or need further information please get in touch with us on our E-mail: [email protected] / [email protected] or Contact No: 9907252100

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